Wednesday, December 31, 2008

2008 in review

Fabrics I bought last Saturday when I finally went out after our snow storm.

Fabrics I am using on a child size trip around the world. The lady whom requested the quilt wanted pinks and lavenders so this is what I came up with.

Orange fabric is a Christmas gift from my BIL. I like it and I am thinking a nice apron.
I used 40 spools of thread and 156 prewound bobbins in 2008.
Here is a list of projects I did during the year:
Tops started in 07 and completed in 08
Gail's Ghouls
pink/black quilt
Fiddling with Finn
Anniversary quilt
Quilts completed in 2008
red/black quilt -donated to cancer society
2 tulips quilts
Tripping with Bonnie
Shakespeare in the Park
Tulip Valentine wall quilt
stack and wack
4 child size Trip around the world
pinwheel table topper
Inca Sunshine
Boxy stars
Live Free or Die
Otis baby quilt
1fish 2 fish
3 Carpenter Star quilts
4th of July wall quilt
Lemon-aid swap wall quilt
Dragonfly wall quilt
Red/Yellow/blue wall swap quilt
Tobacco Road
2 Fungly quilts
2 Poinsettia wall quilts
Brunhilda's Pantry
Red Sox/Yankeesbaby quilt
Are you sure flag quilt
Christmas Sparkler
Trick or Treaty
Delectable Mountains
Spring Fling
Holly Jolly wall quilt
Done but need to be quilted
daisy wall quilt
Prairie Dust
Colorado Beauty
In progress
Child trip around the world
Carpenter wheel top
sunflower top
Christmas bear paw
I also made a shirt for my husband, made 5 diapers for my grandson, made soap, quilted 20 quilt tops for charity, knitted 4 pair of sock, 1 pair of mittens, and 9 pair of slippers.
I guess it was a productive year after all. I sometimes feel like I don't get much accomplished.
Remember to watch the Rose Bowl tomorrow and root for USC. Fight On!!!
May God Save America
Capitalism Rocks


andsewitis Holly said...

Wow, you made a lot of quilts this year! I'm impressed. Happy New Year.

Shasta said...

Wow - that is a long list. You've gotten a lot done. Happy New Year Dot.

Suze said...

Quite a long list you have there. Will you top it this year?

julieQ said...

Wow, you have accomplished so very much. Indeed, bless our USA! Hope you have a wonderful New Year!

Pumpkin Patch Quilter said...

Oooh pretty fabrics you bought there...and that is quite a lot of thread and bobbins you used last year!!! WOW! Isn't it neat to keep track of things like that? Do you ever track how many hours you spend on a project?

SueR said...

You're right, sometimes you get more done than you think. I started keeping a list of quilts I finished just for that reason--gives me satisfaction to look back and know I do *finish* things!